Featured image is a watercolor painting of “All Things Within All Things” by Matthew Gray Palmer located at the Virginia Zoo by local artist Myke Irving.

Take a look at sculptures installed by the Norfolk Arts Public Art program. Over 70 projects have been created through the City of Norfolk’s 1% for arts program. City Council formally established the Public Arts Commission and adopted a funding ordinance in 2008. The ordinance provides for 1% of any city capital improvement budget over $500K to be dedicated to designing and installing public art.
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